Reconnecting Foundations to the Substance of Teacher Education
by Lee S. Shulman — 1990
After briefly reviewing the history of the idea of foundations in the education of professionals, Lee Shulman explores a more integrated view of what psychologists and philosophers have to offer teachers in training. He offers an alternative metaphor to foundations that connects foundational disciplinary perspectives to the subject matter that teachers teach.
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